Shaun the Sheep Movie
When Shaun decides to take the day off and have some fun, he gets a little more action than he bargained for. A mix up with the Farmer, a caravan and a very steep hill lead them all to the Big City and it's up to Shaun and the flock to return everyone safely to the green grass of home.
Release Date: August 05, 2015
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The joy of Shaun is its playfulness and innocence. Aardman’s facility with clay facial expressions and tableaux, communicates volumes, whether through multiple characters showing awkwardness or a single sheep emoting regret. The movie is sweet, adorable, and hilarious.Click here to read the full reviewJanuary 7th, 2016 · Details
Surprisingly funny film that entertains both young and old. No real dialogue in the film yet everyone understands what is happening and what the characters are trying to communicate.
So what if the movie is draggy in spots and the soundtrack, featuring Eliza Doolittle and Rizzle Kicks, is too hip for this old school. Shaun is a true party animal.Click here to read the full review
The journey along the way is full of funny moments, hilarious escapades, and a lot of burping, too! We award the film our Dove Family Approved Seal for ages 12-plus, but parents should consult the content listing to make their own informed choices. These sheep have a knack at making blunders seem very funny!Click here to read the full review
Parents need to know that Shaun the Sheep Movie is the full-length spin-off of Aardman Animation's same-named short-form TV series. There's no actual dialogue -- just animal noises, exaggerated gestures, and evocative music. It's appropriate for older preschoolers mature enough not to be bothered by brief scenes of mild peril (a cruel animal control officer is after the farm animals). While no characters are seriously injured, there's one briefly frightening sequence when it seems the animals will plunge to their deaths. There's also some silly potty humor (fart, poop, pee jokes) and a photo of a nude man (all sensitive parts are covered by a chair), but overall this is a sweet little adventure that's fine for almost all ages, with positive messages about teamwork, friendship, and acknowledging and fixing your mistakes.Click here to read the full review
“Shaun the Sheep” is another great marriage of sly British wit and the character of stop-motion animation.Click here to read the full review
While the film has the same look as their other productions, there is no dialogue other than some grunts, groans and animal sounds. The lack of narrative makes this film easy to follow as long as you keep your eyes on the screen. It also means the jokes in this film are all sight and sound gags. Droopy pants, exposed underwear, a man on a toilet and a few other slightly distasteful scenes are played for laughs, along with some burps and flatulence. While the plot includes moments of peril and violence, the scariest depiction for very young children will likely be the animal containment officer (voice of Omid Djalili) who uses a high-powered gun to capture his victims. Overall Shaun the Sheep is a less complicated and less entertaining movie that previous Aardman animations. Still, the lack of language may also mean it may have a broader appeal to audiences of all ages and cultures.Click here to read the full review
“Shaun the Sheep is another adorably quirky animated film from Aardman, the folks behind “Wallace and Gromit” and “Chicken Run.” it is a wordless pleasure about a flock of sheep who get bored with their idyllic but monotonous life on the farm, so they decide to take a day off. But they miss their farmer. And when they are ready to go home, the farmer is not there. They had accidentally transported him to the big city, where he got amnesia and now cannot remember who he is or where he lives.Click here to read the full review